Words and Wellbeing

Words and Wellbeing go hand in hand. I often talk about the power of words because they are important. But something that is even more important is the feeling and intention behind the words.

I’ll use the word healing as an example. It can apply to physical or mental healing. If you are talking about healing as a way to overcome something, then it demonstrates a negative focus-what you don’t want. A better word to use is wellbeing – I’m turning in the direction of wellbeing. Picture what wellbeing looks like in your mind and set your intention on that positive focus. Imagine what that wellbeing feels like in your body and your mind. 

In the words you use, ask yourself what feeling is dominant – the one you are leaving or the one you are going toward? Does the word reflect a feeling of something unwanted or something wanted?

Here’s the point: If the dominant feeling is on what you want to leave, you are still focusing in the wrong place. What you focus on expands. It is the unwanted story that you are still continuing to write! 

Here’s the solution: Put yourself in a good feeling place by thinking about anything that makes you feel

good. Focus on that good feeling and let it build inside of you. Then let that feeling create the word that describes where you are heading. 

This may sound simplistic, but I can assure you that if you focus on feeling good first, making feeling good dominant in your life, everything else will fall into place.

I’m Roberta Fernandez, a Board Certified Hypnotist and Certified Hypnosis Instructor at FARE Hypnosis, helping you take back control by unlocking the power of your mind to reach your goals of any kind.


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